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Table 3 Adjusted multiple logistic regression for the association between OHN and child/family characteristics and access to healthcare barriers among children with DD

From: Oral health needs of U.S. children with developmental disorders: a population-based study

Variable Point Estimate 95% CI
Disability severity
 Never Referent  
 Very little 1.48 .99 – 2.21
 Somewhat 1.43 1.06 – 1.94
 A great deal 1.89 1.23 – 2.78
Health Insurance Coverage (past 12 months)
 Insured Referent  
 Uninsured 2.12 1.14– 3.95
Health insurance Type
 Private Referent  
 Public 1.16 .82 – 1.62
 Public and private 1.33 .86 – 2.05
 Not insured .66 .23 – 1.51
Poverty income level
 0–99% federal poverty level 2.27 1.46 – 3.51
 100%–199% federal poverty level 1.58 1.07– 2.33
 200%–399% federal poverty level 1.44 1.01 – 2.04
 400% federal poverty level or above Referent  
Census Bureau Regions
 Northeast 1.18 .77 – 1.81
 Midwest Referent  
 South 1.11 .83– 1.50
 West 1.61 1.09 -2.37
Residence
 Metro Referent  
 Non-Metro 1.42 1.02 – 1.99
 Non-Disclosed .96 .71 – 1.29
Characteristics of the child/Parents
Age
  < 6 years old Referent  
 6–12 years old 1.88 1.21– 2.93
 13–17 years old 1.22 .78– 1.90
Race/Ethnicity
 White Referent  
 African American or Black .68 .45 – 1.06
 Hispanics .84 .55 – 1.26
 Asian 1.19 .59 – 2.41
 Other .66 .47 – .95
Guardian Education
 Less than high school or high school 1.18 .87– 1.61
 Some college or more Referent  
Household language
 English Referent  
 Non-English 1.21 .61 – 2.42
Family structure
 Two parents Referent  
 Single mother 1.10 .82– 1.48
 Other* 1.14 .63 – 2.08
  1. * Other include single father, grandparent household, and other relation , Bold indicates significance